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Petroleum Centre Daily Record.
Feu Centre, Wediicadny, April 11.
Ji FAT, ICditor.
Time of Closing mail.
T. O., Petmlkch Ckhtri!, P.,l
JULT S7i.T, IStiS.
Catfl farther notlre the. malla will arrive t and
aepart rrem this office aa follows :
Snnth Mid Bt, via. Jrvinetnn, 10. ?8 A. M.
South aod Wait, ' Moadville. S.1S P. M.
Hortk and Bout, Corry, i.sa
fnatb and Wert, 8.45 A. M.
Sutl; F.nat and Weat, S.30 P. M.
North, Eaai and Wen, 10.00 A. .V.
H. E. BLACKMON. I
Preachinir at II o'clock A. M., una ',
o'clock F. M.
Rit. J. T. Oxtobt, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCn.
.-rviui's every naunatn at II A. M. and
14 P. M. Sabbath School at twelve o'clock
M. Seat Free. A cordial invitation
extended to al I.
Ret. C. M. Hsunn. Pastor.
8TS. TETER AND PA PL'S (CATHOLIC)
Mass at 10' a. m.
Vespers and Beneilictlon of the Blessed
Fanrament at 4 p. m.
Catechism at 2 p. m.
JAMES DUNN, Taster.
The Tax on Oil.
The Board of Mnn.vrers of the Oil Produc
ers' Association met in TIIorill
for the purpose of taking some action ia re'.
rerence w the tax bill levying one cent per
(rallon on crude petroleum, now before the
r.egrislBtiire of this State. The bill is a gross
imposition upon the oil prodncersof Venan
o County, and speedy action should be ta
ken to stay its progress in our State Legi.la
ture. A strong effort is being made in Its
favor, notwithstanding the remonstrance
eigned by every oil producer, and should it
become . law, it will be one of the greatest
frauds sever forced upon this public.
It doe. not seem possible that it can re
wit. to. signature of Gov. Geary, and
thus beeom. a ,w. Our Executive has al
ready signed the Monopoly Fipe Bill, and
ehould he foll.w up wlfa a s.nctio. of the
bil! hli Ppulrlty would diminish to a
still greater extent in the oil region of penn
ylvania, and among oil men generally. Wo
cannot believe tbn Governor will sign the
bill, ami wo hope the. meeting held in Tilu
ville to-day will take
- 1" U UU
'eat the measure.
A well was struck on IVildCat vesterday.
by L. P. Walker, and is now producing ful!
ly twenty barrels.
. A large clipper tulip, of i.oo tuns, cal'
od the "Great Adinirul," in honor of fc ar
rugiil, has been built at lioBton.
Axr business is more respectable than
what is termed loafing. A young man hud
belter sell clams by the pailful than hang
around public resorts, murdering tirue aod
his own reputation.
Collins' Minstrels held furth Ian evening
at the Opera House before a large audience.
The troupe is composed of good performeis,
and they wore received with great applause.
They give their last entertainment in Pe
troleum Centre this evening. Go and bear
Edward Fex oin.Tg a reward of $100 to
any person giving iaformation leading to
Hie arrest and conviction ol the parties who
broke down his tenco on the night ol the
If til inst.
V. is oxze sleeve bullous are now the "nob
by" thing. The more tiedious the design,
the more fashionable. The most "taking"
designs are the skull and cross-bones, shrimp
end home shoe. , As for size, nnything nn
del that of a dinner plate, is fashionable.
Si.vck the Alleghany Valley Railroad lias
been in operation only one passenger has
been killed and out wounded. This exhib.
it speaks volumes in favor or President Phil.
lips and his euros of efficient coadjutors
The bushier, ou this road is rapidly incieas
in?, nnd it has became a favorits nmlo for
toiiriHtBto the oil regions.
A minister once prayed ia the pulpit
hat "tbo Lord would bless the congrega
tion assembled, and Ihat portion ol it which
was on its way to church, andj also those
at home getting ready, and that in bin infi
nite patience, he would grant the benedic
tion to those who reached the houso of God
just in time lor that." The congregation
camu in time ufler that.
Robert LSurri. il, of I'ithole, can liod bis
dug at the Rochester House, this place.
Isabella baa her fortune (old twice a day.
V.'e should lik'. f, hear somelliii;-; i-3e t''.
ed for hi r
Thcro are two bald-head eagle's nests on
Cayuga Island, and they art j.-aloualy pre
served by the owners of the iil.nid, Mr.
Jack Angerim and Mr. liurdett. Woe unto
the man who shall kill or mole.it or other
wiso disturb the tranquil ity of thrso pets.
Last Saturday ubeut six o'clock in the
evening, woman named Mr.. Flnnen,
whilo crossiae the railroad track in -Elk
street, Buffalo, was struck by an engino on
the Buffalo and Washington Railroad. She
whs thrown aevnrnl fuel and fell In ft culvert.
sustaining dislocation of the shoulder, and
ana otaer injuries.
Cornelius Rvan and his wife bad a little
discussion Inst evening, in their palaco in
the lower part ol the city of Buffalo. Cor
nnlius cuffed nnd kicked Eliza until she
become thoroughly aroused, and seized an
axe wllu which she gave him a belt on the
loretioad. Unfortunately for the good or
society, the weapon was exceedingly blunt,
and only produced a scalp wourd to let out
a little of his fiery blood. The row attract.
ed the attention of the police, and both
wore taken to the stationhouse. i
Mr. D. Hudson Davis, a well-known rail
road man, died in Rochcsler last Saturday
Miss Jennie Wilton, a verv deferring
young actress, took a benefit at the Roches
ter Theatre, Monday evening.
The Rochester Democrat snvs: "An net
has passed the Assembly to provide fur the
payment of the Firo Alarm Telegraph, $12.-
000. Also, for erecting a school house in
the First Ward at an expense not to exceed
$15,000; also, for constructing a bridge
ncross the Genesee somewhere between the
upper nnd lower All.
A movement is on font in r.oihoalrr.
among the members of several of the church
es iu that city, to establish n, sort of a mor
al rtform society.
The Legislature of Punnsrlvania hns
passed an Important law relativo to the ad
mission of the insane into asylums. Under
it the certificate of two physicians, who
UlUSt swear to the facts concerned in It. nnrl
whose character must be vouched for by the
magistrate before whom the? testify, is
neeesaary to place any one In nn asylum for
1 l. , r. - .
mo insane, u is also mado a misdemeanor,
under this act, to prevent a patient corres-
pondlug with his or her counsel, and nnv
judge is obliged to issue a writ of hahens
corpus, on the complaint of any citizen,
that a person is improperly restrained of his
or her liberty by ihu keeper of an insane
hospital. There are oilier provisions of
great utility nnd public Importance in the
new law which will recommend it to the
public, one ol which proridc that tiny mfi
cer or physician of ii hospital fur the i;.sane,
who fulfills the rernrrenienis of tho net.
euun uoi ue name 10 uumngis al the s-ii
Can- anybody explain why ii i.-t t!;.,t a
man of brain, who has I een pi -.t in the
profession of law, and stood i r'-ioen in
the Senate of tin; United S'atos, Uiouhl im
mediately bocome nn irs upon golur to
represent his poveruinent ut the Court if
S. James As, for instunce. .Mi. I.VveiYlr
Johnson, speakins eta recent meeting (n
London or the. British Colonial Association,
in reply to a toast to his c .untry is reported
as saying: "It is possible that some ol th
colonies which now flourish under the do.
minion of Her .Majesty may find tlieniselv. s
onui-r mo Kliili ami siiioes which ailurn ikn
flatf of th United States." Here followed
an ominous silence; when Johnson proceed
ed as follows: p,nt I trn.'t that riav will
never arrive. Cod forbid that f,fll,.r
Majesty's dominion should ever be curtail.
ed. "Earl Crunvillo, the Colonial hecieto
ry, responded to Reverdy, emid loud laugh-
ier, as louows: "i am rather afraid that
the Minister of the great republic, who h.a
spoken with such singular eloquence this
evening, will feel that it is a little want of
souse on my part which makes me unpre.
pared, at this moment, to open negotions
with Mm for the cession of British Canada
ts bis government."
Prof. T. V. Porter, formerly Of Kpnnl.-ltn
and Marshall College, and one of u, m,,u.
distinguished naturalists of the country, has
neariy compieteti Ins elaborate description
of the entire flora of our State, embracing
the forest trees, grasses and weeds injurious
to cultivated vegetation, and also observa
tions on their geographical range and their
economic value. Thii is thu resalt of more
than twenty-flvo years or learned labor on
the part of tMs eminent scholar, and he now
oilers the whole as a donation to tho Slate.
Tho Academy of Natural Sciences, or Phil
adelphla, fttely passed a resolution urging
thu legislature to publish It, and Iho Statu
Agricultural Conveuiion seconded the re.
The V. M. C. l: f Quincy has been
swindled by a yoiinj; man named Minnie,
who il.T.pit'.i the esculent ho on U!ed
knj-ltiin . I 4 niini --1.-M-.
Niagara Falls have not paid this winter.
There nro 700 Masonio lodges In tbo vast
wilderness of Illinois.
Chicago has burned ooal oil successfully
in one of her locomotives.
The lumber season in tbo West has been
Tennyson and Jean Ingelow were both
born in Lincolnshire.
President White, or Cornell University, Is
spending bis vacation in Syracuse.
A fln-lsbod gentleman. The Secretary of
Boutwcll hasabolished Clark's hydiostatic
Rachel left $GO,000. Her children hav
ing no father could not inherit.
Canada is going to work to incrcaso im
migration. Somebody attempts to whitewash the
Tayn-Westen walking match, but Paintpaint
would be more sutable. N. Y. Ledger.
'Mark Twain" proposes makiii" n certain
young lady In Elmir Mrs. Mark Twain.
Wo trustslie will make him mark time.
It is rumored In art circles that Trove.
the animal paiuler, bus received a commis
sion to paint n portrait ol Mr. C. A. D.ioa's
favorite velocipede. World.
rfosu jsining sa.vs: 'Mil e l a vim
ain't goed for anything else, i hn..
him carry a gold headed e;n--. n ,
buy a cane, let him part iii I ;.(.
At Springfield, Illinois. ,,p T,,v..,
largo dog attacked a bub.- i i i
longing to sfamilv ul ei,;-.-.... .. ,
to Missouri. The ilotT s: :;; I i!, , ;
hi mouth nnd ran at feai r ! i ..
a sewer, the child's bead dv.-i:!,- ,
ground. A couple of men -. , ;.d i ,
the dog oir, but before they e .ul ! ;
savage brute he dashed iiiio tje v.,v:
ran no the nrclnvay out ol'id ! t.
the baby in his mo'ilh. Oae .
enteied tbo sewer nnd soon re:unii
the little one. It is thought the child will
recover rrom its injuries.
Important to Lettkk-Wkithiis.- An.
cording to a recent change in Ihu Post Of-
oce tieppttmsnt, no letters oddiessod to iui
tial will be delivrred nt anv resiil
in any postoffiee box. The man wli ad
dresses bis communication to ' A. jj c,
box 10.000," my rest assured that his opis'
tie ill never bn deposited in ihu box In
question, but that, on the other hand, It
will bs immediately and i !ieclunlly destroy
ed. The informi. lion we deslr,. to impress
upon the popular mind, especially cone.-rns
thiMulvertis-r I'l tii puliKc prev. Many
m!sc.d!anens advert iseinenls, n-ich as 'Lo.V
e-r -round' and Vi'imls,' notices, simply benr
'In ir.Iti.il of the adi er!iti.'r.i, nmi in very
i: -any .-.f thrso instance., the address is rot
in tl.i- rN-.'.-s)--;-.rer r.lV.ce. Such edvertlffrs
tit.'y I e certain that not a :.i:i';o ronlv to
will ever rei.cli Ihem. T;..i l.n.r'r
rot i:.:.!re.sed to the .,!;,';,. f U:e paper,
:n:.s! be dincie'l lo t'm name aiid cot the
initial or ncm th plume of the recipient. So
S'lys an exuhanje.
' IV tr iii's hib 15.u:. .,M .V rural lawyer,
vhr m we shall designate as 'SimiIih Jovial,
once had an linnin-lnnl ru, in ,....,..
1 ,. .Wllll'l
court, and the dec'nio'j depinded enlirilv
on tho way tho iiii-r would re'.fiivl ll.i. ii,:tt
mony of one lady. I In lost the case, l:e-oi-iise
tho fair wilnes swore positively to an
occurrence which she had wilnessed at the
distance of several rods, although tlno-e
were ruveral persons who Blood mueh nearer
than she that saw nothing whatever if it.
The old Squire looked rathr blue when the
jury tironght In their verdict, but revenieil
j himself by rising aud telling the court a
story of a lady he once Itnew, who was very
neor sighted, but always declared her eye
sight to Iu excellent. Accordingly, one
day a neighbor stuck a darning needle in
the side of the' barn, and placing her on
mo opposite side of the road, usUed her f
see could see it. "Oh, yes," replied the
lady. ''I can see the needle easy ; but whir's
Among all the objections to tin. appoin
ment ol Gen.Longstrect as Collector ut New
Orleans, we have not seen mentioned ti e
ono and the only one that, tons, terms
entirely unanswerable. Gen. Lonzslreet
was educated at government expense; was
an offlaer iu our regular army; us such took
upon himself a special obligation to de
fend the Federal flag and to hold no allegi.
anee supreme to that be owed the Federal
government. Thus, by joining tho rebellion
was douhtedly guilty. Those or the officers
ofoureld army and navy who joined the
rebellion, should not be again trusted, let
their contrition, evea, be what it may.
And that should have been a fatal bar to
the pppnintinenl of Lnngstrcet, though we
admit bis conduct kIucb tho war has been
er.li.eiy commendable: and wo also admit
his aopoiutuient may have good elK-et
vi'l; 'Ii- 11 l.i-l !.'u:-:i'.
Woiiisn's Rnii'V eestred In have reach
d their realization in the Island T Coviia.
That Is, women have changed places with
men, which seems to be tbn aim and wish
of the strong minded. Inn letter from tbo
lion. S. S Cox, who has written some de
lightful letters dated Ajsrrio, Crotica, be
says, "I met upon a donkey a man riding
"upon a side-saddle, and a woman behind
"biui astride oa the meek bearer of bur
Wz are asked, what offence waa commit
ted b? the pereon who furnished poison to
TtrllcheK? Wo answer, that to furnish
pctson to any on with the purpose of enabl
ing him to commit suicide, or Mo dt xe. Is
to becomo an accessory beforo the fact to a
murder in the first degree. The oflenco is
punishable wilh death iu Pennsylvania.
CANDIDACY ANVOIJNCEME T9.
IWUSTKR AMI KKCOltDF.lt.
Entrnti Rmi-okii: Veil will please nn
iinniica ihat .)AMi:s V. SHAW will be a randlilate
for noinina-fnn fer tha eflice of Iiej;iteraiid Rerord
er, auhjr-et to the itsiea or the Kepuhlletm paily, nt
Iho vti'iiiii Iteiiubliean Primary klcetioii. A!r.
Hl-iw was n Private ill (-umM(nv Vl." MM Penn
alvantn Vnluiiteo's, anil lorn a riiiht arm In battle
of (Jfttv-hui'i. He if. cotiitietent ami oUllcinir. and
tni!. "rvi .! Urci-ti r and Ki-.-ord.-r fi.r une term to
Mk- piiiIh- rl!i ;'.. I i.ui -il all wlv h:v- ili'iio bn.iniMS
llli him VKNAMIO (MCrMTV.
f .VI ;-e riniT
I w'lh an of e
Hi I III".!
e-ra'elv, Will be left
ItKVNOI.ns ft CO.
in Vfry faint
eleir.-e of i'i IVtroli ntn
'!"- lie will l:i liupj.y
(.lie,. n..;i:i nj 1(U iiivvv
r- 1 ihine i ..-.I: ...
I -ii' !...v r'. w'.f
I I'-'-.': o -t f uive l.i'n ii i-.e!l ;:n ...( a finoil
1 ' ""I ' e' ll- !- t i i:-e-.- .r-.l Ii.,-:.!,-.. a. a Ed,
! i.M how to Mill rim !inw.
t'.'.roleu:ii l'elinnsr" Slemnurnii t,
in t dmir l,i Wiiaiii' Jewelry siore,
5'etrolcum .'enlre. .V,r.' :!:!-.
In n-tirii. -.!'.-., m Hi i-,,il l,:n;i:i'- :lt I 'i 1 1 1 ' i'l; in
tV'ntrr, 1 1 !-iN i,.',-.i-ii,ti to icliirii n-.y slllreie
thuuk-4 to i,M ni f ir-niT pitr,,ni tor thfii- izeniji-ous
suppoit, ami tan ninUi- no inoreappmi r'.n'e ri.-litrn
for the :in:c, than to heartily rccimimen,! my mi,
rosor in their cotni.inatlon. Mpars. Si'u-!i-. ,v
tonwell, lo.-,!i, Muff crntleir.en ofacln mle,'--rd
hllkllie. i-.ipn I -jr. aii't!inloi-;lily :u-,iniiili-I w-lh
II e l-ninc': iiT ti-.'ul.- in whic'.i tliy are now en,ied.
and I am rcnlilent tKi". -nvwho fiver llu-m with
their pnt-ornio will 1w koiombtr de-i'l tih.
Very !te-poctriilly. T. T. MM'ES
P. " Me'ars. Seiirle A C ira wuli n.-t.-iiu Hie
ei vii cs of V . rnrMiyKn. who ia amlioi-lziil ;oe;.
t'.o In my ii'.nr... ,. I , -v-ipi n .y namn.
Arr 1! I;-. 'p. --. jf
CAXAKY l-.l HPS. inn!,, ainl r.'in.-ii...
j'.nt r-celiv-i. 10 11. Mll,t,i- i; .t- en.1
A'a- a fine li t nr ' 1.1 1 .-it. .1 Fi-:dVi 1:
PASil. CI,.S.vAM) IiOUli-',
tnel;, al llin I--,;.lti,r Stn v.
FOl'l: l-OUj LIN'iM i:.t.
Ce.n-.hie, for snip -.vi.olc-iitlo -ii::l ri-inii, nt
A. 1) 'MII.I.KH A ( 0 -S.
S'i iili VTlio::!
t ;i!ny otieei-ii !
Takf n-itTK, tint w- Vp v
sole an-l cv.-lniivo
r:- ""' fv.' yearMi-.rn Niiii',i,l.-r. flH. In make.
.n' up. nr. 1 II, i-i tl ri-ii.-il staii.i, W.M.l.ls
IVPKOVKIt 'r.i:r(' IIAT.M. 101 l.il-1111 fl-slunm-nl
and firclriso from I! (i WiiMU. paivi.ti-r. and that
v. e v.-Ul nf.rr l':o law liidiy a.-a'n-t nil -,T-e.s
who shall m die, put n;i, a;:.I M imld IVni n ;u,o,n
W. VKHXI.VS l,l., PiiinUii.. p.,.
-tV-A. I). IH,I,Klt CO., Wholesale and;i:e
tail A-.'.-n'a for IVtr.il -,lr,l Cou'ra mid 1 i clnily-.
fry All person wl.-hlng; to lm VACCIXATED
ran cnM nt A. r. MlHcr Co.'s Drug Stoio and
have the pare. fre.h artielt. inot1od. Xe r hnr -i-.
Flour, Feed and Grocery
i. s. picATirni:,
AtliiaOM) HANK BUII.niNfJ, (iy MAtN'.T.
opposite tho MrClintork llon, has nn hand a
liirnuand (list clasa stock of Clour, I'eed und
;ro-ei le, which h I salllnj at a lo'v fl,'iire.
. Don't forL-ot the plr.co-heie A, IV Cottou
Coinpuny broke up. inn.' if.
POMEROY'S BCMOClf AT. M. M. or
"Brick" Poucnov's new papor alreadi-rii-ela In
circulation every other political paper In the world.
II is '-rrA In!," and of unusual iulerct. Snd tor
siimpU- coi-ios. rttr.tinj ll'.uic Hqnnrf, K,m vrk
HaH, Cmk, HooIn and Slioe.- A lnrsi.
aworttnent at KKYNOL113. IlltUIlli I!A1) CO'S,
Ci'tr' 'lJ'i 011,1 S,'00t' I,p,"'i'U lh 1'""t timcoi 'l
AKb liNVt'iOPHBaiA. I). MIM.BK.
t-Too hivt ClOAIiSin tho market ar the Rnf.
!,,,'!l'''!v.;,'"" """'"' tiirod by WaikM A Iinza -beld
at thu Ol u' Hture of
A. D. MILLER CO.
Inst received a lar;: atork of Spring patterns, at
n. C. JA KYIS' 1TKMTUBE STOKE. m3.
PAI.N'T, WALL, WH1TU WASH SHOE
ItltUSnEb, a ln alock jut received at A. 1).
JIILLElt & CO.'S.
Dry Coodn, large stock at HEYNOLDa
BIIOUI1EAD 4 CO S, No. 11 Cantre St, opposite
tho Post GiBca, Oil City, Pa.
Vrnr ,:err For all kinds go to KEYNOLTIS
BKOD1IEAD CO'S, Xo. 11 Contre Street, ppu!
aito the Post Ofllce, Oil Cliy, Pa,
PWKIUSII LEHCnps.whol.aalenl retail, nt
4 l Mll-I tii: it- CIS Pltro STUPE
. ii i
I7T ItmtTON H TOBACCO ANTIDOTR
DONT ('11 K W, nn antidote for Tohacco, otll ,,'
KIlINSON'S AttOMATIC ANTI-TOHAOCo l-ny
POUND, for sale at A. D. Jlll.l.Krt A CON
A large assortment, ail sizes, at A n
Miller ft Co.'s.
TnS best place ia town la rrt a pair ofIlw
rnnde of the beat Stork, that - ..
warrants to fit, ia at J. A. fMantM. '.!'
ionnble Boot Shop, Waaliington Slreat, Pctn.
Centra, Pa. Oivo him a trial. J"
Harilwaro-A larso aasortment orwlii i,
I Ing elosed out nt re-lured ratia at IIFYNiilm
BltOMIEAD A CO M, No. 11 Culm ' '
tliePuatOftice, OllCily, Pa.
' Amsm.v.'' -Ii la notofien tliat Imv.h
to aparc, r the Inclination, to notice nu of ,'h
mousaiio nnu one prepariuioiis aold tlirom-hoat liu
counti-v. eneli. na it U rliilini,,! i,..t.. .
ruro for one or more of the ills that Be,h , i.rla
Indeed, we have finiuenlly w indi'md ih,i rTOi,
A.,..- .1 I ...I rill I . . 11
.-..-I un-u i.l nu, iir !.t.tv in i even, when, by a im,;
OUttKV tllOt rOltlll fllritt.ll llinrtiOAl..- ...,l,. .
thlna which would keep iliseaaoat hiy.and arfjib,,
I.I.MIIIH1. ui iiiiii-i loni-eni'llx tlleefllRaryoriQerf
these l-enindial n,-eiiatiiii,iii.4 nu t n-.n ...1.1..1. 1... . ,
" '"Ull nil. 11,,
rome eelflit-Htefl nf Irtln tva -
KOIltll VI,lri.lf.e. atl! (iiint..,., I.....I- ... . .
We refer to "AUsnvi," an nrth-la f..f ri''iorin'.?r,i
preservlim the lialr. mannraeliirirl t.v Mr,"s.,
snl Heniiey. Clien-.i-.ta and l)ni2...,i, ,J,
Mam Street, lhiflalo HiitlnloCoininurcal Mv u
mil,. ,r i-i:niii-u 1. v oil'jn I lire. A. I) Mil.
I.KK & CO.. Wliol.-aule . Hulail ill ll-i,!,. a'-i ,
tor Petroioum Centre, Pa. f,.-
nkw ai)Vi:rti.s;:m icxt.s.
KM) DOM.AISS IKKWAKD.
'PllRaovei-r-w.-iid will l, p-i'd 1 1 , ,.r., .
KT-nn "vii inf ii-miliuii tint will lend li;,
arrmt and eouvirlio:i ul Hie nnrtiea who tt r, w di
and de-.troyi'd my feneii 011 Hi- n'-.-lo of A 1 i I
Is' s. HIIW A Hll FII V -.
SEAKLES & CORSWELL,
Delivered or al tho Yard bv He nr or lis.
.pi.1 i if.
VPPLICANTS VOIt I.I- KN -iK Tin- fnlloin
lier-..-, have fild tlielr aonlV-it nil fur l'r--ne
to aell li,iu,r to li,i pri..eiite,l 'n tin- i'iii,i-i nfljaar-
.-,-piihi-. iiih -,:ii .iinnuav or .aiii nw.
II uuh Mi K.,. v-r. Oil City Il.eel.
Samuel Hid, Pioneer, w'm'n-aV t!i--n.p
J. II. SMITH. I'l.rk
.John O. "Welch,
Sfimcm-St., Oil ity, Pa.,
(iiljl)s, Kussell & Co's Borini
ami Fisliisij; Tonls,
Innis' Sucker Eods,
Driving Pine, lloriick Iron.
ISnlitiiro WIipcM V rii:ii.
Mr eonneclr,n wilh Meadr lle nvd Pilnhi:
r,iiiiH,i a i. aucli lli.-ie 1 1 an gi-i om ail kimti
Ca-fna ul abort order.
JOHN C WELCH
('II ( iiy, Feh. 17, IROfl If.
NEW HARDWARE STORE'
ItOHKKT BIIVA A ,
lies leave 10 nnnnatice to the elllxena of lVtrnlra"
iVnlie ard vii-inily, llial they have eiwni'it '"
-..i,t in 1 mt ..-nr 01 me tiiui-H in 1 lie t. tail r.11 in
enm 1 ninpaiiy at the railroa I eroroinir. li"
will k,-ep ciiiauntlv on hand a full aaanruiinit ":
cveirthiii; iu Ihu ll'iiidirare line. aei-U 113
TIN AM) SIIKUT IRON WAUK".
(i.3 I I ITIXfiS A.l
Mr. Itiynn bavins l,en eiii-nji-,! In Hie I.it-inf-
tnirr I. i i. I'll mill T'-iir 7
alt lid parliriilarly lollie liil.-iiM,-.- of in null'-'"""'!
All kiniN of Tin and Sheet Iron Win e lo ordf r.
GAS AND STEAM FITTING, 4C.
Thoj- have a Sew Mn.-hlno for
CUTTING GAS riPF,
Willi an entire
PICT OK XKW DIE.,
And will warrant all work in thin line Al't ?
J HilH-llIU (tun in. I
Ihin well known hnilae, rontainillE I
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" ,1, 1 iiiiiiiurif m now olltin-a iora:uem 1. "- 1
11 1101 poia ny uie Int. ol April, ;i will o i"1
.uipuiB uh uiu preniiaeii, 01
J. Ii BAltSf
Petroleum Centre, March Ifi.
EO. II. IIIjiDfiL CO.,
ri;TUOI.KIM tENTUE, PA'
Reorie 11. nieaclt. .tames A. WillW"
M. C. irlia-
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OENHKAr, BANKINU. EXCIUANUB sail O
LECTION BL'BlNKHK , .l
Any liiiMinms tnti'iiaiedto our ear woi a
prumpt aueu liou.
Q.0 TO ItillAM & CO'S fur your CarlriilB'
'Phil E. Howard Co, P H BarHalt, Ti
1 Wiitch I'n'H aH Kulintial men ' 0.
PBYNOI.ie-, UltO'llIKAn A fit's,
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